in the first place. you look at where a lot of the education department budget, which i used to oversee those. perfectly good programs, title i, all of these programs. in the business leader will tell you if you have a problem, fix it up front. so many business leaders need to get engaged in working with our elective advocacy and policy representatives to make this a national priority. other countries do it. >> and some of that is already -- some of that is happening. bob is reminding me that he's put a proposal for word, haven't you? >> well, i suppose specifically that's the state's kuhl at tax on goods sold over the internet so about 12 to $50 billion a year. there's bills pending up there and that need to be passed basically that says out-of-state sellers have to collect the tax. one option would be to tie it with actual children's trust in individual states. so the congress passes it, picks up the $1,216,000,000,000, its allocated back to each state, goes into an early childhood fund, and i would argue it has to be spent on the education portion because i think that's where the deed is.